April 19 – May 11, 2019 | Monday – Thursday: 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. | Friday: 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. | Saturday: 10 A.M. - 2 P.M.
Free and open to the public
In recognition of the Division of Fine Art and Humanities’ “Celebrating Student Milestones,” the Visual Art program’s juried exhibition of student work from art and design courses at UA–PTC will be on display in the Windgate Gallery April 19 – May 11, 2019.
Student works will be chosen from Basic Drawing, Figure Drawing, 2D Design, 3D Design, and Introduction to Digital Photography classes. These works are the best examples of the foundational techniques that are at the core of developing as a visual communicator.
Three prizes will be awarded by an outside juror and will be recognized at the “Celebrating Student Milestones” event in the categories of Best of Show, First Runner-Up, and Second Runner-Up.
Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album
A History for Today
May 17 – June 29, 2019 | Monday – Thursday: 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. | Friday: 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. | Saturday: 10 A.M. - 2 P.M.
Opening Reception for Both Exhibits:
Friday, May 17, 2019 • 6-8 P.M.
A screening of The Short Life of Anne Frank will be shown in the theater at 5:30 P.M.
Featured Speaker at 6:30 P.M.
Dieter “Dan” Lewin
Holocaust Survivor; U.S. Korean and Vietnam War Veteran
Music by Leanne Day-Simpson, Violin
Arkansas Symphony Orchestra
Free and open to the public
In the Gallery: Anne Frank - A Private Photo Album
The last known dated picture of Anne Frank is from May of 1942, taken just weeks before her 13th birthday and two months before she went into hiding in the secret annex of her family’s home. After that, images of her life can only be found in her diary and – after her arrest – in official documents.
Her father Otto Frank survived the Holocaust. Back in Amsterdam, he discovered that albums with family photographs had been saved. We can hardly imagine his heartache when he saw these pictures again.
Anne Frank: A Private Photo Album is an exhibit of these photographs, some rarely shown to the public.
In the Lobby: Anne Frank - A History for Today
The worldwide touring exhibit, Anne Frank: A History for Today, tells the story of Anne Frank against the background of the Holocaust and the Second World War.
The exhibit consists of large freestanding panels, with photographs and text in English and Spanish, illustrating the concrete consequences of National Socialism for one particular Jewish family.
By understanding the political decisions, historical facts and events that governed their lives, we are better able to respect the human rights and dignity of those around us and to take action where necessary to defend others against discrimination and persecution.
This year marks what would have been Anne Frank’s 90th birthday (born June 12, 1929), had she survived. It also marks the 75th anniversary of the Frank family’s arrest on August 4, 1944.
These exhibits are produced by the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam and distributed throughout the United States by the Anne Frank Center USA. Copyrighted photos used with permission: AFF/AFH – Basel/Amsterdam (Anne Frank Fonds - Basel / Anne Frank House - Amsterdam).
Local support is presented by The Philip R. Jonsson Foundation.